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to charities in india where he lived until he was 14 when his dad moved the family to the detroit area. good at math he got into princeton finding it pointless for him he quit after a year. you told your parents you were quitting print ton. >> yeah, it didn't go over well. >> reporter: i bet. >> i said, okay, what i'll do is i'll tell princeton i'm taking a year's leave. >> reporter: so they're still waiting for you to come back. >> i don't think anybody is holding their breath. >> reporter: for a guy who seems to take it easy he's pretty competitive. his many imitators who think it was about the bottle these were all attempts to imitate him have made almost no don't in his market share. he owns this market. what he doesn't own is fancy cars or houses. why don't you want stuff? >> we were taught really to be practical. >> reporter: when you were in india. >> yes. >> reporter: right now that will help as what's in the bottle is a question getting the government's attention even as it sells and sells and sells. i'm john donvan for "nightline" in detroit. >> our thanks to the naturally caffeina
out there, and these are the housing markets with the smallest gain. linda, detroit. orlando. detroit is interesting. >> it is. obviously, it is a city that has been hollowed out by the population. detroit and cleveland, a lot of those cities, simply they are not going to have the population growth and income growth really to support higher housing prices. it's just going to kind of stay in the dumps. >> one of the expertise i spoke to says there could be as much as a 10% gain. when this thing turns, it is really going to turn. you're going to wish that he would have been in this. >> part of that is because we have tremendous pent-up demand for new homes. we have had this depletion of new household formation and people doubling up. once it gets moving, many documents are created as you sell a home. once you're are able to sell the one you're sitting on, it has a little bit of a momentum effect. i'm wondering if things are going to get a little looser with their standards as to who they will hand out loans to. >> the biggest things are dealing with the backlog of not just foreclosures
of you was there for a reason and that was put in front of me. i went down there to help detroit orphanage, i think, got hurt and i ended up staying. >> has it done as much for you as for them in your own mind? >> probably more. >> here's what interests me a lot about you. when you read 33 million copies, you have a writer who knows something. and has some kind of gift. what do you think it is? >> oh, i don't know. i think i always okay at telling a story and i think i'm curious about trying to find some meaning in life. so from "tuesdays with morrie" to "the five people you meet in heaven," they are all connected. it's about the purpose of why are we here. "the timekeeper" is true of those books. the time with morrie and the time before we go to he had vane. >> what's the answer to that question for you personally? >> spend more time with opinion love. spend more time with your family and less of it working. i write my books to lecture myself more than anybody else. i need to learn the lesson of "the timekeeper" as well. >> what's your best sports story? >> detroit lions managed
of the yard. they end a four-game losing streak. detroit is two games behind the white sox. the red hot as taking on the angels. as ul a run in the ninth. coco crisp, a little insurance. beat the angels, 6-5. the as won five in a row. they are three games behind texas in the a.l. west. what about the philadelphia phillies? haven't given them much thought. rollens crushes one. phillies beat the marlins. they have won six in a row. left for dead, now four games out in the wild card race. they are back at the .500 mark for the first time since june 4th. one american diplomat is dead. american consulate and embassy coming under attack. the latest in a few minutes. >>> we huddle around the water cooler to watch first lady michelle obama on the dr. oz show. we'll be right back. >>> we told you at the top of the show, u.s. diplomatic sights in egypt and libya were targets of protest with at least one american staff member dead in benghazi. the worst attack on the u.s. embassy came september 17, 2008 when al qaeda militants fired on the american embassy. 17 people killed in those strikes includ
of the year. detroit won it 5-3. they trail chicago by two games. >>> special night in new york as they remembered 9/11. the mets wore first responder nypd hats during batting practice. this game belonged to the team in red, white and blue. the nationals tyler moore with a go-ahead home run in the seventh. nats have won eight of their last ten after a 5-3 victory. >>> if you build it, they will come, at least that's what seattle is hoping. they agreed on a plan to build a new arena to house an nba and nhl team. of course, seattle once had the supersonics and we all know how that turned out. >>> soccer, head coach jurgen klinsmann guaranteed a win and team usa delivered. in a game that could make or break their world cup hopes, they beat jamaica 1-0. the americans got a big lift from hercules in the 55th minute. hercules gomez scored the only goal of the match in a free kick. usa wins. next world cup qualifier october 12th. >>> finally, the bakersfield condors have come down with a serious case of bieber fever. the minor league hockey team offered the pop star a one-year contract
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smashed a home run. detroit won, 5-3, they trail chicago. the mets wore first responder nypd hats during batting practice. this team belonged to the team in red, white and blue. the gnats won after a 5-3 victory. if you build it, they will come. that's what seattle is hoping. they plan to build an arena to house an nhl team. soccer head coach guaranteed a winning team usa deliver in a game to make or break the world cup. they beat jamaica, 1-0. hercules gomez made the goal. the next qualifier, october 12th. >>> finally, a serious case of bieber fever. they offered the pop star a one-year contract. bieber is canadian, so he's got to be good at hockey. bieber on ice could be the best hockey you see all winter. that's your first look at sports, i'm fred roggin. >>> now for a look at the weather, here is todd santos with the weather channel forecast. good morning, again. >> better him than myself on ice. hey, you know, i mentioned temperature. big differences for especially the eastern half of the country. a couple degrees warmer than yesterday. still in the upper 50s in boston. getting towa
into the low #s on around cincinnati, detroit -- low 80s around cincinnati and detroit. our forecast today sunshine, 82 degrees. it's going to be another great afternoon around here. tonight low 50s in the cold spots. low 60s in town. so maybe just a touch warmer than the last couple of mornings. 83 degrees tomorrow, still pleasant. friday 83, perhaps a couple more clouds and maybe a tad more humidity but still pleasant. saturday late could be a shower or storm. looks like we'll be dry sunday at the moment and then late monday and more likely tuesday, that's when we'll see a better chance for some rain returning. 6:18. 61 degrees. let's go to monika with timesaver traffic. >> thank so you much. >>> good morning, everybody. for the most part we just have a lot of slow traffic on our may on-- on our major thoroughfares. look at the orange, yellow, coming in from manassas and centreville. still okay in fairfax. we'll take a live look on the northbound side of i-95 south of the prince william parkway where there had been an issue with a brush fiern. let's take a live -- brushfire. let's take a
council and something he is doing special in detroit today. >>> also, mark zuckerberg soothing investors in the first major public appearance since the company's ipo. we'll have an update and a look at facebook stock at the top of the hour. we'll be right back. copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. every time a local business opens its doors, or makes another sale, or hires another employee, it's not just good for business. it's good for the entire community. at bank of america, we know the impact that local businesses have on communities. that's why we've extended over $4 billion in new credit to local businesses across the country so far this year. because the more we he
. it seems from outside ohio, the auto industry is everything there. not just detroit, ohio. what percentage of your workers, men and women, owe their jobs directly or indirectly to the success of the american auto industry? >> the center for automotive research in detroit said 850,000 jobs in a state of 11 million people, ohio, 850,000 jobs are connected directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chevy cruise in youngstown or the plant that assembles the jeep wrangler in liberty, in toledo, it's the supply chain, the auto dealers, the machinists and people that fix cars, the people that drive the trucks that move the car parts and the cars around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers. the chevy cruise, for example, much is made in ohio from the glass -- or from the transmission to the wheels to the steel. one thing after another. it's clear that when we fought for the auto rescue, that that was all about jobs in ohio. that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem is they oppose the auto rescue. they don't quite know how to back off that. >> well, w
cities like detroit? when you abandon detroit, you abandon cities like toledo and ohio. so i think the people of ohio are confused about obama. they don't really believe in the yes, we can. some of them are feeling that they're still struggling, but there's a general feeling that obama backed the auto industry, therefore, cared about their cities and the republicans don't, and that may be how he wins ohio on that auto issue. >> jennifer granholm got it right, chris. >> what? what did she say? >> i said governor granholm got it right in her speech when she talked about the fact that what barack obama did for the auto industry wasn't just michigan, it was ohio, pennsylvania, virginia, north carolina, so many other states benefited where our manufacturers manufacture component parts. >> okay. great. that's so important. thank you, governor ed rendell, thank you doug brinkley. good luck with the book. "cronkite." >>> coming up, you listen very carefully and the sound you hear is the republican gnashing of teeth. they think mitt romney is losing what they consider a winnable election. m
cabreara's 36th home run puts detroit up... jake peavy allowed three runs in 5+ innings. same score in the eighth when sox reliever francisco liriano gives up the rbi single... he allowed two earned runs without recording an out. sox lose 5-3, and their lead is back down to 2 games. cubs trying to extend their winning streak in houston..... scary moment in the third... anthony rizzo collides with the first baseman... he left with a sore shoulder and back, but he should be o.k. cubs down a run with one out in the sixth... darwin barney's sacrifice fly should score the tying run, but dave sappelt gets thrown out at third before starlin castro crosses home plate... no run for the cubs and the inning ends. they go on to lose 1-0, to snap the 4-game winning streak. the bears had their only full practice of the shortened week yesterday, but brian urlacher and charles tillman both sat out. it's unclear if tillman will play in green bay tomorrow night, but urlacher is expected to start. packers' receiver greg jennings is questionable with a groin injury. jay cutler has struggled against the
prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ ♪ hotwire.com detroit has pretty much owned the stocks over the course of the entire season and apparently they're not quite ready yet. a pretty big crowd tonight. sox rabbit one-nothing lead in the double in the third. gordon beckham now holding the oval previously held by adam done. alston jackson got him good. miguel cabrera finally gets on the board with a home run that put the tigers in front. in houston, somewhat proud to be a cubs fan. they collided in first base. he had to leave the game. he is ok. he didn't care down the line, why would he? no rana and the cubs are down 1-nothing in the eighth. the bears have a pretty good idea about what they're going to get from the packers thursday night a big joke of aaron rogers when green day has the ball. they are off to cheese land on wednesday. green bay's defense wasn't very good against the forty-niners. we invite press coverage our guys outside have to make the play. if they want to get physical, i do welcome that. he may not have greg jennings at his disposal on thursd
, that the auto industry is everything there. you're talking not just detroit but what percentage owe their success to the american auto industry? >> $850,0850,000 jobs are conne directly or indirectly with autos. it's not just the plant that makes the chef chevies in youngs town but it's the machinists that fix cars and the people who drive the trucks that move the car parts or trucks around. it's a zillion car parts manufacturers and the chevy, much of is it made in ohio, from the transmission to the windows to the steel. it's kwleer when we fought for the auto rescue, that was all about jobs in ohio and that's really governor romney and my opponent's problem. they don't though how to back off that. >> the guy up against you, mandela, he was against the auto rescue, right? >> well, he called me unamerican for supporting it so i guess you would come to that conclusion, yeah. >> i think you're going to like this ad, senator. trying to portray romney successfully as a businessman that cares more about the bottom line than the average men or women out there working. let's look at this a
officially over. 49ers now well into preparing for the detroit lions phase of their workweek. of course you can't have that without discussion of the infamous handshake incident after last year's meeting between the two teams. and there was one 49er who got a kick out of it most of all. >> you let things like that roll off your back. it's not a big deal. it's football. coaches they get upset just like the players. so it just makes the game that much interesting when you see coaches getting fired up like that. you know it definitely made me fired up for the next game. i said we have harbaugh going crazy like this, oh yeah i'm all for him. >> that is the sporting life and sunday night that will be a rematch. >> can't wait. >> can't wait to see the handshake at the end. >> it doesn't take much to fire up jim harbaugh. >> thank you, mark. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> we hope you can join us tomorrow morning, they'll be following the build up to the rally.
. 49ers now well into preparing for the detroit lions phase of their workweek. of course you can't have that without discussion of the infamous handshake incident after last year's meeting between the two teams. and there was one 49er who got a kick out of it most of all. >> you let things like that roll off your back. it's not a big deal. it's football. coaches they get upset just like the players. so it just makes the game that much interesting when you see coaches getting fired up like that. you know it definitely made me fired up for the next game. i said we have harbaugh going crazy like this, oh yeah i'm all for him. >> that is the sporting life and sunday night that will be a rematch. >> can't wait. >> can't wait to see the handshake at the end. >> it doesn't take much to fire up jim harb ♪ [ female announcer ] you can always measure the growth of your children by the way they clean themselves in the bathroom. try charmin ultra strong. with a new duraclean texture, charmin ultra strong helps you get clean. plus it's four times stronger than the leading value brand. and you can
coming up next. >>pam: as the 49ers prepare for the detroit lions, coach harbaugh talks about last year's handshake controversy. has that story and all the sports coming next. thirsts bifurcate both coaches are too smart to fall for the media pestering. remember last year, harbaugh, he did not do the conventional handshake. it they went back and forth and it made national attention. it is the sunday night game of the week. >> i have too much respect for the man who played this game. >> when you are a media member of look, the media woman asked that anymore. >> 63 yds 63 yds to be tied fo longest field goal in nfl history. the hall of fame wants to shoot it used to kick the ball through the uprights. >> their raiders opener was full of disappointments. ford is undergoing surgery. the head coach said that he decided that an operation after consulting with a specialist in north carolina. he injured his foot during the exhibition season, the same foot he missed six games with last season. >>gary: the reserve snapper had a very tough night. one and number one guy went out, this guy has
-- the president runs strong there -- ran strong there. in michigan of course mitt romney said let detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he will ever recover from that. wisconsin is -- wisconsin is closer than it was in '08. we will win wisconsin. i don't think there is any doubt. we have out organized them in wisconsin. we have got so many offices, staff, one of the top obama people in the entire orbit for many years now runs our operation in wisconsin, and we're going on the air there which made news -- made news last night that, you know, why are you going on the air there if you think you are so strong. well, look, we're getting pounded by outside groups. the romney campaign is on the area there and we have lead in three of the last five polls, and we have a real clear politics average lead of a couple of points. we'll win wisconsin when it is all said and done. the interesting one is north carolina where if you hear the republican spin on north carolina, they should be up five or ten points there. we have got whatever problems they perceive in north carolina. it's a
the angels and detroit. >> that's true. >> think about that. >> you know what i'm going to call that? moneyball. i just thought of that. you like that? >> might be a book there. >> i don't know. >> this is great. get to it. >> so mlb.com. great operation. you talk about it all the time. >> bob bowman, genius. genius. >> puts on a good show over at mlb. they've got this thing where they're letting people like me, dopes like me, come in and call games for their favorite team. so they gave my dad and i the privilege in june of calling a few innings of the yankees/braves game. it was a june afternoon where it was literally 100 degrees without the humidity. and they let us sit there and sort of tell stories and half pay attention to the game. i was a big yankee fan growing up. dave winfield, my favorite player. here's a little bit of what you can see today if you go to mlb.com. >> hello, everybody. we're out here at yankees stadium where it's a beautiful day for a game. >> is it? >> 135 on the field. with 98% humidity. >> we go on vacation to wherever we go, cape cod for a week. and over
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